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BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN

I have just joined the site. I would like toknow about the Buntings that reside in Michigan. MY GRANDFATHER WAS WAYNE BUNTING,HIS FATHER WAS CLEO BUNTING. I THINK WE ARE FROM A JOHN BUNTING. IF ANYONE HAS ANY ANSWERS FOR ME PLEASE CONTACT ME.

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BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN
Authored by: Anonymous on 03:27AM UTC - Friday, 19 August 2005

cleo bunting was cleon bunting. he was the brother of my grandfather, Jesse. There father was John. I don't have much on John and don't know where he came from.

BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN
Authored by: Anonymous on 09:15AM UTC - Monday, 31 October 2005

Dear Lena

Please can you give some idea of dates for your father & grandfather

Mary

BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN
Authored by: Anonymous on 03:14PM UTC - Monday, 13 February 2006

MY GRANDFATHER WAS BORN IN 1918 I DO BELIVE AROUND MT.PLEASANT MI. HE HAD A BROTHER FRANK AND A SISTER I DONT KNOW HER NAME.DONT KNOW MY GREATGRAND PARENTS NAMES

BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN
Authored by: Duane Kenaga on 07:42PM UTC - Friday, 16 February 2007

I know of a John Bunting, b Isabella Co. Mt Pleasant), MI.  He had 4 children, Thomas,b 1946, Judith,b 1948, Charles, b 1951, and Timothy, b 1954.  John was decended from Oral, b 1891 in same area, and John S. b 1860 in Hildale Co., Mi.  John S. was a son of John Bunting, b 1811 and immigrated about 1830.  Can supply mor info if  wanted.  Duane Kenaga, dlkenaga@aol.com.

BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN
Authored by: Duane Kenaga on 02:13PM UTC - Thursday, 13 April 2006

I think I can help. Start with John Bunting who
homesteaded in Hillsdale Co. MI 1835. Had 6 surviving Children. the oldest, William George b. 1842 was my grandfather, the youngest was John S. b. 1860 and settled in Isabella Co. John S. had 5 children, including Oral b. 1891, Cleon, b. 1886, and Jess. Oral had 7 including John, b 1918, Miles, b. 1924, Olan, b. 1922, and Elton b. 1930. I can fill in with much more of the family if desired. dlkenaga@aol.com

BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN
Authored by: Anonymous on 01:24AM UTC - Wednesday, 11 July 2007

Jesse had just four sons I believe. Hazen, Allen, Marvin and Robert. Robert being the last, currently surviving. Jesse married a Jesse Deming after W W I and remained married until their dimise in the 1980's

BUNTINGS IN MICHIGAN
Authored by: Anonymous on 03:05AM UTC - Wednesday, 02 August 2006

I have a Michigan Bunting contact if your line is as follows:  John Bunting, Jr. along with his brothers James and Charles, the sons of John Bunting, Sr. and Elizabeth Anstiss Bunting emigrated to the U.S. during the 1830's with their families they left Liverpool, England in April 1830.  They sailed on the ship Hermitage for a new home in America.  They arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana in June of 1830, then traveled by flatboat up the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers to Shawneetown, IL.  From there they went by foot and oxcart to the English Settlement of Albion in Edwards Count, IL.  James and Charles settled in Edwards County, while John moved on to Michigan.

In July of 41834, George and his family and quite possibly the oldest brother, William and his family, dparted from England for America and landed in New York in August of 1834.  They too settled in Michigan.

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